Develop mathematical minds by promoting discovery
In a world that depends on science and technology, mathematics is the foundation for progress, problem-solving and sound decision-making. With a master’s in Middle School Mathematics Education (MSME), you’ll learn how to capitalize on students’ thirst for knowledge by offering encouraging analysis and a higher level of thinking. This program is offered jointly with the College of Science and Health.
If you are already a licensed teacher, you also have the option to add a Middle School Mathematics endorsement to your Illinois Teaching License (PEL).
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Bringing Chicago into the classroom
The MSME program draws students from all over Chicago and its suburbs, creating a diverse set of experiences. It’s structured as a cohort program, with groups of teachers taking the same courses together in the same order.
Contact The Office of Graduate Admission to learn about upcoming cohorts.
Currently this program is not accepting applications. Please contact an admission counselor for more information.
The program requires 12 courses.
Distinguished faculty experts
Learn with visionaries like Associate Professor Akihiko Takahashi, a leader in Lesson Study, a set of practices that have been used in Japan to improve teaching and learning for more than a hundred years.
Your degree connects you with DePaul’s community of more than 16,000 College of Education alumni. You’ll connect with other educators who work in the city in schools like Frances Xavier Warde School or in education centers such as Huntington Learning Center.
Graduate school is an investment in your future. Learn more about the financial aid and scholarship opportunities available to you.
For more information about applying, contact The Office of Graduate Admission for DePaul’s College of Education at (773) 325-4405 or email@example.com.
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